Raceline Flex Fence® Coated Wire
The 1320' roll of Raceline Flex Fence® coated wire is an excellent solution for a combination horse fencing system. Raceline goes great with both our 5" and 4" Flex Fence® to safely contain your horses.
Coated Wire Accessories
Posts Compatibility: Wood & T-Posts
- Item Description
Revolutionary hardware provides the easiest Flex Fence® installation on the market. Constructed of a class-3 12.5-gauge high-tensile wire. We have also selected the best polymer material which contains the maximum color and UV inhibitors that the polymer can absorb. Mildew resistant formula makes Flex Fence® the future standard for horse farms.
Raceline Flex Fence® coated wire offers safer horse fencing with no splintering or breaking problems and is easy to install with our new end loop post attachment.
Shipping: When ordering more than a couple rolls, this item ships on a semi-truck via an LTL freight carrier. Please contact one of our expert account managers at 800-434-6296 for a shipping quote or a free custom fencing layout! For more information on how this type of delivery works and what we need you to do upon arrival, please read through these two links:
- - Raceline looks great,works great, and is economical. Plus it's the only fencing I've ever had that the deer don't break or pull down...Bonus!!! I will definitely be putting up more in the future.- This is perfect if you don't want electric, but still want to keep your horses contained safely. I recommend this to everyone!- We re-did the fences on our farm here in CT with the coated/wire- Hotcote combination. It is so affordable and looks so great. It stands up to our winters with ease and doesnt sag in the snow or ice. We have had trees come down on the fence and the post broke not the fence line!- We have used the coated wire for the past 7 years and is by far the easiest, safest fence on the property. We have one pasture in vinyl and one in wood board, the vinyl looks great until it molds or breaks and you have to replace it, wood breaks and you have to replace it. We have not yet had to replace any of the coated wire from Ramm. I have had 100 year old trees fall on the fence and it just need to be tightened after we took the tree off. The best part of the coated wire is I have not had a break yet. I feel so safe and secure when my horses are in the wire pastures. Even if one strand is loose the other hold the horses in. In one instance I had a tensioner come off the fence but the other four strands were there. I cannot imagine a scenario where this fence would break enough to let your horses escape. This is my fence of choice now and in the future. And for the price, you can't go wrong.- I purchased several rolls of the Coated Wire from a friend about 5 years ago. Even though the fence had been up for a couple years already, it still installed very easy and is still holding strong on my farm. I have since purchased more new fence from Ramm. I give this product a BIG Thumbs Up!
End Loop Assembly
Diagonal Brace Plate
End Post Fence Tensioner
In-Line Fence Tensioner
High-Tensile Wire Cutters
Horserail® Coated Wire Joining Buckle
Horserail® Coated Wire Tightener
2" Extra Wide Barbed Staples
12.5-Gauge Crimp Sleeves
12.5-Gauge Wire Vise
Wide Barbed Staple Driver
Wire Vise Tension Tool
Rail Diameter: 5/16"
Roll Length: 1320'
Color: White, Black, or Brown
Break Strength: Up to 1,400 lbs. per rail
Material: Class-3 12.5-gauge galvanized high-tensile wire (coated with proprietary polymer (coating will not crack) - *Only offered by RAMM)
Posts Compatibility: Wood & T-Posts (*only for line posts)
- No stress marks if rail bends
- Rails will never splinter or break
- Rails never need painted
- UV protected
- Made with pride in the USA!
Warranty: 30-Year Limited Warranty
Shipping: This item ships UPS or freight (via semi-truck delivery). Please contact one of our expert account managers for a shipping quote.
Below is a link to our coated wire Flex Fence® installation instructions PDF file, which you can save and print for future reference:
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